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yogi
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Baba Vanga

Post by yogi » 18 Mar 2018, 15:27

A blind mystic who correctly predicted Brexit, 9/11, the rise of ISIS and the Boxing Day tsunami also made a chilling prediction about Russia. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-new ... o-12208429

We can only hope this prediction does not materialize, but the way things are going it does seem possible.

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Re: Baba Vanga

Post by pilvikki » 18 Mar 2018, 16:07

afraid i have to agree with you... it ain't looking good sportsfans. got too many loonies on the loose again.

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Re: Baba Vanga

Post by yogi » 19 Mar 2018, 08:05

It seems odd how one person could have so much influence on a global stage. I'm thinking like you, Vikki, that it won't be a matter of the last one standing. There will be a few, one on each continent perhaps, at which point a global government might become possible.

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Re: Baba Vanga

Post by Kellemora » 19 Mar 2018, 13:50

They way most prophecies are vaguely written, you can almost make them fit any incident which arises that comes close.
I used to study Nostradamus to see how his prophecies fit to modern day events.

One lady, don't remember her name, was batting a thousand on her predictions, but only until her secret was discovered.
She wrote thousands of predictions covering both sides of the fence and filed them away. Then when something happened, all she had to do was pull the correct prediction from her filing cabinet to use as proof she predicted it.
Trouble was, she also predicted just the opposite. So in reality, she never predicted anything.

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Re: Baba Vanga

Post by yogi » 19 Mar 2018, 14:24

I've met people who can 'see' events before they happen. It's not a talent they have any control over, and they are not 100% accurate on demand. However, there are occasions on which the timing and detail is precise and cannot be explained by mere random occurrence. I'm a bit suspicious of the Baba Vanga prediction in that it is an interpretation of something she alluded to many years ago. I'm certain she did make some predictions that were eerily on the mark, but this does not sound like one of them.

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Re: Baba Vanga

Post by pilvikki » 19 Mar 2018, 17:01

argh. don't tell me about predictions; they can be a total curse...

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Re: Baba Vanga

Post by yogi » 19 Mar 2018, 17:25

That's why not everyone has the ability. They can't handle it.

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